Daniel Nadler is a writer, entrepreneur, and futurist. Described by Forbes magazine as a "fast-talking" polymath whose work encompasses "math, poetry, and ancient Greek philosophy," Nadler was profiled on CNN's What's Next, a program featuring "forward-looking thinkers in the fields of tech, science and social change who will help shape our collective future."
Nadler received his PhD from Harvard University and is currently the Director of Research for Financial Technology at Stanford University's School of Engineering. He previously served as a Visiting Scholar at the United States Federal Reserve.
He is the co-founder and CEO of Kensho Technologies, a Google-backed technology company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.